Everything you missed from Nintendo's September Direct live stream last night

On Wednesday evening, Nintendo hosted its latest Nintendo Direct live stream, highlighting many of the Switch and 3DS games that will launch this fall and through the holidays.

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'This would be bad for America,' Tim Cook tells ABC News about creating iPhone backdoor

Article Image Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook will take to the airwaves this evening in an exclusive interview with ABC’s World News Tonight with David Muir, where he will explain why his company refuses to create a “backdoor” to unlock iPhones for the FBI.

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Fire breaks out at Foxconn's main iPhone factory, no injuries or production setbacks reported

Article Image A fire erupted Sunday evening at Foxconn’s main iPhone manufacturing facility in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou, though no one was hurt and it didn’t affect production, the company claimed.

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YouTube Halftime Show Sets Stage for Cross-Channel Ads


On Sunday evening, as a record 114.4 million people watched Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz and Missy Elliott rock out during the Super Bowl’s halftime show, another show was under way, as well. For the first time, Google’s YouTube hosted its own version of halftime on Super Bowl Sunday during roughly the same time slot. YouTube put together the show — a series of comedy skits and gags — for its Ad Blitz channel, starring YouTube personalities. The show lacked the glitz of Katy Perry’s extravaganza, but competing with her was never the point.

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